Grateful Dead Live at The Omni on 1991-04-04
- Live concert
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
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Taped by Thomas Larson
Discs provided by Chris Adams
Eac >shn (secure with proper offsets) by Ernie Dodd
- 2004-05-11 11:20:54
- Atlanta, GA
- FOB> AKGc1000s>Sony Cassette D3 > cdrEac > cool edit > shntool > cdwav >shnv3Taped by Thomas LarsonDiscs provided by Chris AdamsEac >shn (secure with proper offsets) by Ernie Dodd
- The Omni
Subject: I was @ that show
Thank you guys for the great show!
Subject: One of my top 10 All Time Shows
The whole thing was a magical experience and on this night, the Dead rocked Atlanta. As is noted, it was a steller first set and H-S-F and the estimated are always cherished, but it was Jerry's touching Standing on the moon and the encore of US Blues that really tore the house down in Atlanta.
I still remember sitting in my seats - not 20 feet from Hornsby and looking up and watching as all the CNN suits and lawyers in the skyboxes were descending into the crowd as the 2nd Set ended dancing and noodling and shaking it with the heads on the floor.
I know the soundboards exist, cause I got one - but its on cassette tape and has been a cherished part of my collection for 10 years. If you can find real digital copy please post it.
Subject: The Dirty South ATL
Spirited first set, LTGTR and High Time (rare) are nicely done.
Second set is where your tasty treats are. the HSF opener is strong, great franklins. Estimated is well done, with some nice faux horn work from Welnick into a great great He's Gone. Hornsby leads a chilling vocal jam that literally took it to the rafters at the Omni. One of my favorite versions of He's Gone.
Post Drums is nothing to write home about, but the US Blues encore is tasty.
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